Edgar Knoop

subway 813
28 January 2016 to 17 April 2016
21er Haus
The Edgar Knoop exhibition is taking place in celebration of a donation by the artist to the Belvedere museum. From the very beginning, Knoop’s work has revolved around questions of perception.
The development of pictorial structures—varied according to specific mathematical patterns—forms the core of his artistic oeuvre. Knoop locates stimulus and reflection patterns in our everyday environment and transforms them into series of images. On display are works from the 1970s until today. Kinetic light objects are the name he gives to his works that reveal the eye of the observer to be changeable through the use of light reflections.

Curated by Harald Krejci.